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A secure link, which encrypts the data transmitted over the internet with a key from an associated security certificate, is used between your web browser and the MTN web server. This server certificate provides assurance that the user is connected to the MTN secure website, and allows decryption of the data by this website only.

The secure sections of this website can be identified by the Lock or Key icon in the status-bar of the browser. To view details of the certificate, double-click on the Lock or Key icon. The 128-bit Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption certificate used for this website was issued by the VeriSign Certification Authority (CA) after they verified the credentials of the MTN secure website.

This level of encryption (the SSL protocol) is also used by all of the major banks in order to ensure the security of transactions conducted via the internet. Please note that older browsers that don’t support 128-bit encryption will use the lower 40-bit encryption instead.

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